An end is in sight for sub-postmasters’ campaign against alleged wrongful prosecution, which they blame on a faulty computer system
More than 10,000 properties in rural Oxfordshire will get access to 1Gbps FTTP broadband by the end of 2019
Heathrow is investigating how and why files containing security information were stored without any protection on a USB stick found by a member of the public
Jackie Maguire, CEO of Meath County Council, shares details of the preparatory work the local authority has done to pave the way for Facebook to expand its Irish datacentre presence
EU governments are reportedly planning to respond to cyber attacks as an act of war, but a cyber security expert says links to nation states may be hard to prove
IT leaders in the financial services sector realise they must undergo digital transformation as existing business models become outdated
Businesses should introduce urgent policy changes to catch up with the reality of employees’ use of messaging apps, which is a growing security risk, say security researchers
UK manufacturing is falling behind the pack leaders in the revolution to apply digital technologies to industry, says a government-sponsored report led by Siemens’ UK CEO
Russian organisations in multiple sectors are applying artificial intelligence to a wide range of tasks
The global Ethernet switch market grows, according to IHS Markit, while ThousandEyes focuses on device health and network visibility. Riverbed and Teneo team up on new service.
Cisco SAN telemetry sensors capture insight on network fabrics to aid capacity and infrastructure management. The FC feature provides real-time instrumentation analytics.
Security researchers found a way to recover data locked by the Bad Rabbit ransomware without paying, and others said money might not have been the driver of the attacks.
Many employees are fearful of the job risk associated with automation and company-wide digital transformation initiatives
New facility in Bangalore will showcase the software giant’s Leonardo portfolio of machine learning, analytics and blockchain capabilities to organisations in the Asia-Pacific region
Sponsorship will provide hundreds of places on online Qufaro CyberEPQ course
All cheques paid in the UK will be cleared on the next working day once an image-based clearing system is fully rolled out
TomTom went live with HR platform in all 37 countries, serving 5,000 staff, in March 2017
New visualisation tools provide self-service to help retailer make business decisions more quickly
IBM security intelligence head says professionals should embrace artificial intelligence and automation to ensure they do not become obsolete
Royal Dutch Shell has saved hundreds of millions by replacing field trips with interactive training that allows employees to interact with geological formations from their computer screen
NotPetya, WannaCry and other ransomware have caused unprecedented damage to businesses, infrastructure and users, say threat researchers
Illicit certificates are more expensive than counterfeit US passports, stolen credit cards and handguns on the dark web
A report about how easy it is to spoof the email addresses of Dutch politicians causes wider security debate in the Netherlands
NHS Digital plans on launching an API lab before the end of the year, with the goal accelerating development of interoperability in health and social care
All-flash pioneer Violin emerges from bankruptcy; 2018 plans call for profits, acquisition, NVMe deployments and software-defined scalability.
NHS organisations have to become “intelligent” customers to make it less difficult for IT suppliers to deliver to the health service
The need for bank branches and cash is reducing as younger generations turn to apps to manage finances and make payments
The 2017 ONUG conference focused on new uses for SD-WAN, the development of standards and offered a sneak peek into emerging technologies, like containerization and automation.
A security researcher earned more than $15,000 by finding three flaws in the Google Issue Tracker, aka Buganizer, which revealed details on unpatched vulnerabilities.
The massive data breach is yet another example of a ‘low and slow’ attack that stays dormant inside networks for years, without anyone noticing
Co-working space Blooms aims to create a working environment aimed at entrepreneurial women
NHS England is looking for a chief clinical information officer to replace Keith McNeil, who resigned from his role earlier this year
Judge rules that latest attempt to block Apple’s plans to build a datacentre in Athenry does not meet the required legal threshold
Information security professionals have been urged to help business understand the value of what they do and the importance of security and privacy
Cisco and Google Cloud executives took the stage at Cisco Partner Summit to talk about the companies' collaboration on hybrid clouds, containers and Kubernetes.
Blockchain technology is becoming more widely used by financial services companies in the Middle East, and is finding its way into other sectors in the region
Telco’s enterprise sales fall, but its consumer-facing EE division sees good growth
The Silence banking Trojan that has hit at least 10 financial institutions has once again highlighted the weakness of using username and password combinations to access accounts
At Cisco Partner Summit 2017, the networking vendor unveiled steps to simplify its channel program, while also rolling out a new industry expertise recognition effort.
The Prime Minister for the Republic of Ireland is to meet with Apple chiefs to discuss its ongoing commitment to building its much-delayed datacentre in Athenry, County Galway
The CIO at Sweden's Public Employment Agency has been bringing the organisation in line with other departments’ digital developments
Finance firms must keep a close eye on artificial intelligence, according to the Financial Stability Board (FSB), an international body that supports financial services regulators
Digital minister has said that unless significant progress on the split of BT and Openreach is made soon, Ofcom may have to step in
Cyber space is influencing human development and behaviour, but no one is in control and it will take a collective effort to ensure the cyber effect is more positive than negative, says cyber psychology expert
FlashSystem 900 building blocks are the foundation of IBM FlashSystem A9000 and V9000 arrays. New NAND modules use 3D TLC in place of planar 2D enterprise MLC.
Two senators introduced a bipartisan election security bill called the SAVE Act, which aims to improve voting infrastructure and harden state systems against attack.
Businesses are nowhere near prepared enough for a cyber attack, according to a poll of information and security professionals
City-state will develop a national corpus of audio and text files that will enable applications such as chatbots to understand local accents, among a raft of measures to boost artificial intelligence adoption
Third-party cyber security failures are costing businesses the most – up to £1.5m – as security budgets shrink, a study by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International reveals
Digital collaboration on a global basis is a vital aspect of the changing work environment, delegates at Microsoft’s Future Decoded event were told
CIO has left the insurance company after more than three years in the role
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and NHS Lothian are launching a proof-of-concept pilot of a Scottish digital pathology programme
CIOs think current IT recruitment needs are not being met by schools, colleges, universities and technical schools
Jasmin network supercomputer storage expands to 20PB of Panasas scale-out NAS, which has helped to cut analysis times for environmental data from days to hours
This week, bloggers look into advances in endpoint security systems, achieving greater functionality with AirCheck G2 and the continued role of the command-line interface in an API era.
By exceeding the bare minimum requirements set by privacy regulations, businesses can win customers by offering greater assurances, says a business adviser
News roundup: Comodo and Symantec sales signal important changes in the certificate authority business. Plus, an Oracle vulnerability gets a CVSS score of 10.0, and more.
Security researchers competing at Mobile Pwn2Own 2017 used multiple vulnerabilities to hack iOS 11 in order to execute code and win prizes.
Riverbed unveiled enhancements to its SteelCentral technology, which forms the basis of partner Teneo's managed visibility-as-a-service offering; other news from the week.